British Seaweeds

Some articles on seaweeds, british, british seaweeds:

History Of Phycology - Development of Public Awareness
... third edition published in 1857 Louisa Lane Clarke (c.1812–1883) The Common Seaweeds of the British Coast and Channel Islands.. ... in 1865 S.O.Gray (1828–1902) British Seaweeds.. ... published 1867 and W.H.Grattann British Marine Algae...published about 1874 ...

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